Jay Simpson is confident the goals will start to flow for him once he breaks his Hull City duck.
The 21-year-old joined the Tigers from Arsenal over the summer on a three-year deal, but is yet to find the target for his new employers.
13 appearances have come and gone without him troubling the scorers, piling pressure on his shoulders and adding to his frustration.
Simpson believes it is only a matter of time before he ends that drought, though, and feels Hull supporters will see a different side to him once he is off the mark.
He told the club's official website: "Every striker goes through it at some stage in their career and I'm going through a drought myself at the moment.
"Hopefully, when the first goal goes in the rest will follow like London buses."
Hull desperately need Simpson to start firing as they have scored just 14 goals in 17 outings this term.
That poor return has gone some way to leaving them languishing 20th in the Championship, but Simpson insists a reversal in fortune is just around the corner.
He added: "We're definitely good enough to climb up the league.
"We're working on things all the time in training and hopefully it's just a matter of time before we start climbing the table."